Larry Elder has concluded his first political campaign, conceding his effort to replace Governor Gavin Newsom of California.
Many of his fans were upset at the idea of his first campaign also being his last. During his concession speech, Elder addressed those concerns. “Stay tuned,” the conservative talk radio show host told supporters.
“We may have lost the battle, but we are going to win the war.”
Sure, not exactly a hard commitment to run again in the future, but what else could Elder mean?
Adding to the speculation, Elder simply didn’t give an answer when asked about running against Newsom in 2022, even though Gavin has already promised to run again.
The 69-year-old would have been California’s first black governor, and spent some of his speech arguing that racial divisions in America are seriously overblown.
“We know what the real problems are, and they have nothing whatever to do with racism.”
See you soon, Larry.
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